Newspaper of True American, September 29, 1838, Page 2

Newspaper of True American dated September 29, 1838 Page 2
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I'HE T'RUE AMERICAN. IDITIsRD a Joa.s anIIeNON. FAITarU L AND BOLD. NEW OR OLEANM1: SATURUAY...SEPTEMBER 29, I t1: MR. CALDWELL'S STATEMENT. Aoswere to the Report in favor of Round Pavements. Fiates Citieens-It is generally known that I *1he ve t bn ath a senuous hdvoeate for changing L!Zi' meader, end material, of our present pave. mentsi but my reasons forse doing are not equally public, for while every sophistry which the up. holders of tbhings as they are, and abuses as they exist, has been extensively, and officially promul. gated, I have been entirely shut out from urging lmy own position, or replying to theirs. The following facts, and arguments, are intend. ed as anewers to the report made by the majority of the Committee on Streets and Landings, and would not have appeared in this unofficial form had an opportunity been afforded me of presenting them through the sanction of the Municipal Council. I have long been convinced that round stone pavmrents in this city, are ohnoxious to every spe. nies of eetnure,-as entravagant, inconvenient, in jurious, noisy, dirty and indirectly onerous in the extreme, to every cit seal and having attentively examined the subject,-h-aving carefully weighed theexperience, and practice, of every enlightened eommunity, and eareful'y reflected on every at tempt at proof offered in defence of this style of pavement by its advocates here, I cannot find any reason for a change ofopinion, nor evet the slight. eat resemblance of an argument in all the sophir try used in its support. I naturally feel asoe ast sumnee that my oplnion cannot be very incorrect, au the autlhorities in Now York, Philadelphti, Bts ton, Baltimore, and all the large cities, are explo. ding this very pavement as worse than useless, end adopting one of blocks of stone, or wood, in itsstead: and while sell ia the ease, I cannot hbut foul that thereis soen ground work for the sneers ofdistant follow citizens that the enterprisilg in. habitants of New Orlenna are behind the intelli guces of the age, since t'y nre seen perpetuating thatahLmse which the enlightened of every city in Europe, or America, arel iscarding as one utterly worUlleses. I do, indeed, dissent in toto from the opinions of the majority of the committee of streets and land. lngs, and influenced by the presnt patriotism, and a just sense of the duty owing to my constituents, 1 make this one more effort in favor of what I deem the cause of the People, and of Truth. I do strongly object to continuing the contract with Mr. Minturn tbr round stone, or pebble pave. mien, at n3 50 per square yard; because, in the first place, I conacientiosaly believe it the worst that can be used; and, in the second place, because, if in de. Sane. of reason, and the wishes of the people, round stone pavement is to be used, justice to these who delegated the Cnuncil, imperatively demands that the lowest offer should be aceepted:tthet their money shall not be uselessly, and doubly squander ed, ntemerely to continue an old abuse in the same hands, but that the proposal of Owen Cook to conn tract for the same at f3 per square yard should be accepted. If pebble pavement is to be forced on the community, why is any particular individual to be allowed nearly fifteen per cent, more than an other will take? Thedifference of opinion between the majori. ty of the Streets and Landings committee anti my selfen the subject of Mr. Minturn's contract, is thie:-I wish to adhere to Mr. Minturn's own offer to pave five thousand yards of cubic blocks at h4 50. and twenty thousand more at cut, without a sent of profit, and for the benefit of the municipality, on condition of a contract for 20,000 square yards of round stonee.-The majori. ty havoe changed this contranet, allowing Mr. Mmn. turnfiftey thousand yards of pebble pavement, and permitttig hrim to throw up hii offer to lpave 25,. 000 yards ef cubic blocks, at coat, if be finds it unprofitable on furnishing 5,000. Bfure ogoing into the rclative merits of round, and square stones, for the purpose of paving, I beg distinstly to state that the pavement made by the present contractor, is tile very worst sort of this very worst pavement.--'Thle only pirincipie on whiolh pebble pureeint can be made to be tolerable, is in olaerving utniformity it thie sizes of the stones, a proved ill Philadellhlia, and other cities, where every one has to pass through a four, six, or eight inch ring, as thle case tmy be: whereas in New Or leans, stones varying from 3 inches, to !4, are pro. miscuoualy thrown togethb.r, and by their incon gruous forms and sizes, cause us every evil to which pavement call be liable. My only olbjeet-my only wish, is to follow the example ofeverv enlightened cormmunity: to pire. vent the city of'New Orleans from falling in the rear of any in the march of itprovementv, and I would therefoe abolish the justly discarded round stone pavement, and adopt in its stead one formed of cubtic blocks of granite, or iaxagonal blocks of wood; the foIbrmer to be pla, ed in the businesa thoroughfares,-the latter in the non.commercial streets. My reasons are many, and obvious. Block pavements can be procured as fast as re. quired to meet the views, and wishes, of the eiti mene. four responsible parties having offered to contract for 24,000 yards mare ofsquare stones, an. noally, than has been hitherto used of tround; and thus, if permitted, every street in the taxable limits of the municipality can be durably paved, and in less time than now occupied in laying pebbles that are hourly breaking up. are nourty Dreating up. So far from reoad stone pavement being cheap. or than granite blocks, I am now perfectly prepared to prove it to be for more expensive, nay, that were it removed, and abolishod, entirely, the direct and indirect taues that would be saved to the community, would in three years, more than pay the entire expenses of the new, square, pave ments. The contract price with Mr. Minturn for pebbles, is $3 50 per equere yard, laid downe,,-the contraetors for the granite blocks offer to bring them to the Leve.~at the same price, which to fin ish and complete, in every way, would cost 75 ers. per yard in addition. This pavoml when once put down, would last for half a century, while round stone pavements are daily out of repair. ThJ tor, Mr. Mintura, elrging 9 cents per foot and the council finding all tht ilaterials; the entire ro. penaes of which might be sared, as evry portion ofa block paveument can be used ase1 crossing place. The estimate of only one per cent, for repairing pebble pavement, is anl utter fallacy. The *en. tract for r.epairs last year was $9,100:-for this year it is $4,800S-within two years Gravier street, troam Tehlopitoulse st. to near Baronu street, has been entirely rolaid at a cost of 815,000: atnd St. Charles st. also, front Graver to Common at., at charge ofg5000 more. What are these but repairs? The entire of Now Levee munet be immediately re. laid, and will cost about $156,000, although not ever an average of five years in wear, and con. etantly undergoing some anaendmente! Are cot ouch large additional outlays to be charged to re pairs? If this amount expunded in about two years and a half, be taken as a criterion, all the round stone paainments will be renewed in about 7 years; and as the contractor receives .2 07 for relay. ing, every square yard ol round stant pavement in the courso of 50 years will cost $16 00 besides the rate of 8 per cont (exclusive of the re-lay of New I eves,)for ordinary rupaars,us proved by the d35 0110 paid in. the Iaut two years, to the contractors for repairing and relaying these pebbles: while granite bloeks at an original cost of 4 25, will endure the half century through, without more than a half per cent. per annum, tir repairs even by tes ertimate of their vehement opponents. Nor is it, by any means, certain that granite could not be procured even at a less price, if the CeGseil seould pu6licly adoertise for proposals and give time four ingk'25 or 30 year. to run,it is scarceiy worth combat. ling tise objection of the majority of the said coai. miitee,that the City cannot atford to pay for a larger priced article, since long before tlhose bonds ma. tore, the difference will boe ore than ten times sa. red in the item of repairs alone. That the nature of our soil is unfavorable for stone pavements is correct ; but it is not tree that it is alike so for round, or square. The latter, by its compactness and solidity, tforms an arch that presents an almost imlnnoveible resistance tothe traffic upon it: whilst the other, by its very form, admits the rain to saturate the soil beneath, and must anevitably give way to any heavy load that pusse over: and, besides, tile arch of the round stone pavement when once broken either by commerce, or the gas or water coapanies, can noe. c or be relaid as it was, for notling Jess than an en- Is tire repavement cane restore it; whereas, the square lt stone pavement can be taken up with nopunity, ftr oe any under ground purposes, and relaid truo a single stone to the whole breath of the arch, with th out injury to any part of it. 'I'le duration of the of round stone in our foIbrmer streets, when little or no commeiree was passing thro' them, is no criterion of its efficacy now : nor can illustrations drawn oP frotm the rock based, sea shore towns, of the east ern states, bear any resemblance to its circum- st h atanees here. 0m Thourbh it is thus doubly evident that, even in iha ito direct eomts for making and repairing, the round ill stone ptavrmnt is more,-for more onerous to the citizona, than one of cubic rstlo, or h)exagonal I:. woodeould be, it is stall more obnoxious from its Loa, enormaoas amount of indirect tuxatign. It may i.1. be a startling eioauneement, yet at ans ao less ee. ilia pable of proof, that theseo ,mlnaret taxes brought on th.e citinone of New Orleans by thexistlen2e of round stone pavement,aro over 2 millions ofdollars annually ! This enormous amount is formed of a varietyM'fexpenses, damages, and losses, contingent upon tile present style of pavement; and of the savings that would occur from the use of cubic stone, or hexagonal blockn of wood. fly the records in the Mayor's office there are now 2176 licensed drays and carts; and 121 public hacks. These 2176 carts and drays, costing $50 each, over tite round stone pavement Inst only an average of two years: whereas over a smooth road their duration would be 10, agreably to the opinion of experienced men; the consequent loss o the ci. tizens is, therefore, in this item alone $43,520 an. nually. The 121 hacks, at an average value of $1000, now run about 3 years, though competent to endure 9;-the difference to owners is, therefore $26,889 a year. For these carte, hacks, and drays, there must be at least 2418 horses, allowing only one to each dray,and two to every ha.k:these,at a. average value of 8130cost $314,340, and, though capable of labor 12 years are new worn out in two: the diffe'rence thlerefur, to the citizens, is 8131,975 annually. At a moderate calculation there are in the city 160 private carriages, and 351 barouches, wagons, gigs and other pleasure vehicles The cost of the former being about $1000 eash, when complete, and of the latter at oeat O300 seach, their aggregate value is $265,0001 and it to this be added the price of 1000private horses, used for rid. ing, or driving, at the moderate estimate of $300 each, it gives an amount vested in private car. riages &e. of $565,000. Now making an allow. anoe of 10 per cent., upon this sum for the con. stant breakage, and wear, and tear, upon carriages and harness; of accidents, and frequent lameness of the horses on rough pavements, more than would arriee on smooth, and there is another annual, and indirect tax of 856,500. The difference in shoes for these 3118 horses would be $12 each, yearly. amounting to d41,016 and from the very snperior cleanliness of smooth pavements, about $30,000 might be saved from the sum now paid every year for keeping the rough streets in order. Nearly all the inconvenience arising from mud, dust,or noise, would hi also avoided, were the whole of our streets paved,either with wood or granite; and over which horses could de, at least, a third more work, and yet improve their condition. Thie list of indirect taxes, arising from round stone pavement, doea not include one 10th part of every thing, and yet it shows an amount of £329,900. But the tax of all is 'drayage'. 'his charge, so onerous to our commerce, so pro. vsrbially exorbitant in this city, and felt by every individual in it,-c-itizen or stranger,--amounts to so vast a sum as to startle any one who makes a calculation of it.As its present high price evidently arises from the snparallelled destruction of horses and vehicles, consequent on our reugh and defee. tire pavements, it is but fair to calculate on a di. minution of one half, if smooth surfaces were adopted; since cattle could then do at least a third, if not a half more work; they would live five times their present duration, and at a greatly diminis'ed expense in shoes, harness, &c. &o. It is admitted by the owners of numerous drays that their weekly receipts average $30, or $1560 yearly, for each of these 2176 drays and carte, thus making the annual amount expended in draying $3,384,5611. Nor can this estimate be deemed extravagant, when it is re. membered that all articles of produce, or import, average three drayages at 3 bits each, and that, independently of all drygoods, &c. a few items of our receipts of produce as given in the Price Cur. rent, show the following enormous quantity of articles carried to and fro' in drays and carts,and the corresponding amount in the charges. The last years receipts of produce, shew 740,000 bales of cotton, 320,000 barrels flour, 300.000 pigo of lead, 220,000 kegs of lard, 100,000 barrels of coal, 50,000 bblls of whiskey, 40,000 hogsheads of tobacco, besides kegs, boxes, barrels and bales of do: 20,000 bundles ofhny, 150,000 harrels of pork, besides pork in bulk, of which last year there was 9 millions of ponnde, 30,000 barrels oats, 270,000 barrels and 360,000 casks of corn. These are but a few of 'our vast imports; and a soaing of but one half of theirentire drayage world be at least million and o half of dollars in tihe pockets of the people. Take for example these few items: 740,000 bales of cotton at 4 to the load $208,125 320,000 bbls. flour at 8 do 45,000 300,000 pigs lead "25 do 13,500 2'21,000 kegs lard " 10 do 24,750 100,000 bbls coal " 5 do 28,125 50,000 bbin whiskey, " 4 do 14,062 40,000 hogeds tobacco " 1 do 45,000 20,000 bundles hay " 4 do 5,625 150,000 bbls pork " 5 do 33,750 30,000 hbis oats " 8 do 4,209 630,000 bbls and casks corn 6 do 118,125 180,000 caeks corn 10 do 20,250 9.000,000 Ibs pork in bulk, 1000 lbs 10,125 10,000 families: 2 loads weeod per week,2 dray ages each 780,000 Or. These are but a very feow o the numorous items pro. shown in the list of the receipts of produce given on- in thie olicial statistics, and even they lehave out of lich of view all the large supplies of'bricks, granite, lumber, aines, liquors, furniture, hardware and do. the metei suppllies of all sorts. Of iron and all articles pre- of hardware there are imported 50,000 tons, at the 1120 Ibe t the load, and two drlynages of tlhem at nd I 4 bitts a loand, this item alone swells the amount and of yearly drayage $50,0011. These 15 items llhow. rmod ing an amount expended in draynge of one million a of and four hundred thousand dollars are only given oess to prove the whole amount of the year's drayago is cial not exaggerated From the reasons previously given of the increased duration and diminished ex re. penses of horses, carriages, drays, narts, &c. &c., :iti it is fair to presumre that over smlooth pavement this to work of' dlayage, carrage &c. could be done at one an. half of its present coast, namely $1,700,000 which and added to tle saving in hacks, drays, horsies, &., nitsa both public and private of $329,000, as previously in shown, would save the community an indirect taxa. hat tioes of two mllions twenty nine thllousand and nine hundred dollars annually. ap. A specious argument is used by tire advocates of Ltly immediate pavement with round stones, tlhat streets ay, in which property is worth $500 per running foot, the should have prelbrenco of those worth apparently red less money, and on this principle trhe petitions to ran pave the back part of the 1st and 2d ward are re- treated with utter contempt, and tihe resolution for carried to pave Magazine street, in the third ward, the up to the municipal lino.-Whoro is the justice in ng this? With a third less population, and not a rhun. -. drodth part of the buildings going oi, tihe third ts. ward has already had $116,172 9d laid out in iee pavement, and a resolution passed to expend $75,. rile 000 more, besides $8,982 95 paid for gunwale 'hI pavements, making together $200,154 95; whileo .e- the first ward with its greater number of tax payers, rnd and over 300 new buildings going up, hasahad only cx. $74.740 i62 expended in its pavements, and has tile on petit on of its citizens to a fairer particlllation, ng treated'with uritiaguised contempt. But even were the principle correct that the ng must Wiluahle late should claim a preference, tile an. estimate h whiel)this right is claimed for Maga. hi llzme street is utterly .tslicious, for from Delord at et, to tire city line, the aveTage value of lots does riot sns exceed $200 per running flot: But oar the score St. of trade, population, and growing improvement a tie favored Magazine street is greatly inferior'to rs? those back portions of the let and 2d wards where re. the thickly clustering citizens call aloud ftr their rot fair share o!'public improvements. In the neglect ed atreerts of the let ward alone, besaes air already rot drnhely settled population, there are between two re. and three hundred buildings now erecting, or just are completed: while an the eleven squares ofa Maga. nid ine street destined to be paved at an expense of rs; $73,000, there are but 63 housesin existence, not ay. onre of greater value than $30 per month! only two in buildinga going up, and tour squares un sneraed he and unnaproved! The banquettes are formed only on 5w one nie e of the street, and not a living soul is to 110 be seen on many consecutive equares. Yet this lor uninhabited street sa to be paved ansd the busy lest ite ward neglected! Is this justice? as this lair? T'lhe lie outlay for pavemeata in tie three wards will stand or thus: to First ward with 293 voters, as shewn by the last ,y mayoralty election, but sending 4 aildermen to the ad eouncil, $74,740 62. The second ward with 250 Iy voters and 3 aldermen, $97,376 85; while the third, ... ! AJt a t .0y, dRln!ehere arealrah y two paved t. streets, the New Levee and lehoupitoulas streets, n. leadrg lp to tile city line, and cornected with the er Levee by stone pavemerrt and gunwale ways where a. all tihri unportant trade of the ward is located. a. While in tile first ward, with all its large popula. Lion, its irrrrenae improvements, and great traffic, I there is out one single paved way through, not a at single doceat street by which lte abode of the dead can 'ba approached; nor to tihe Charity Hoadpr.l, ry the urapensera f health, nor to tihe Gus Waorea ire at funitam of hight; no, they are nlegicted tfr a street a ewithout eO..Iarrr ce, and pavelunte are denied h where w bad weather these important points are I unapproachable by a carrrage, although their want it may hbe tal to the liesn of thoauands and the com. d nercr jeoillorn. Sin 1l21, 2 and 3the City Council passed varieus Ordinances, agreeing to receive all paryng etoues Slanded on the Levee, at from $2 5J to $3 75 per tor,, each ton being equal to 3 1.2 square yards ot pavenlsnt, annu i two years they were so inrundatad II that they had to pass another ordinance forbidding ei the landing of aoy more paving stones for tihe us of tle norporation. is It now, the Council of the 2d Municipality will sa pass an ordinance to receive all block pavrrg stones, si of positive dimensions, at three dollars and fifty centrs per yard, in one year there would be a sufficenrr quantity to commence witll that pave. ulent after tLie present contract with MSr. Ilrturon l has expired, and so remove the objections of tire n !najprty of' the streets arrnd i.rrrdgs eounnittee, Fr .lat rquare bloeks cannot be had in time. I ami :ovirlced thl.t this opinion is aoll fLuneod, tro sn trlu M.icl of tlhe resolution of the-`onelri Iil 1021, .and I haOv thin additijona proof of its pracetcau lay Iay, that hI ghly reaSlnsiblo men have arerirvy ol.ired , to furnids the atone at $3 50 per rquare yard, in large quantities; but this former plan would place the matter beyond a doubt, and at the same time give to all men equal advantages; and notice should be given by public advertisement of the intention and wishes of the Council to obtain 86,000 square yards of cubic blooks, and for the furnishing nad laying 80,000 square yards of hexagonal blocks of wood. If, therefore, as I think is here clearly proved, round stones cannot be procured quicker than granite blocks, or hexagonal wood;-if, as here abundantly shown, the present style of pavement is not cheaper than that which I seek to substitute for it, there can be no reason which a patriot should acknowledge,or a public functionary regard, why the blocks should not be sought for, and the pebbles abolished. The contractors for the proposed pavement will receive pay in the same bonds given to him who supplies the materials used at present; and as it is perfectly clear that the difference of price in thle former is not one.fburth the extra expense of the latter, economy, not less than im. provement, calls loudly for the proposed change. When the citizens generally become aware of the onerous taxation they have suffered, and still suffer, from the 'egielation of men abundantly conscious of the load, and alone capable of removing it, they mnst be cursed with more than the monost r' blind. neeso net to rail at those who could help them under their aofliction yet would not. JAMEIS H CALWELL, Alderman, slt Ward, S. cod Municipality. SPolylhebme. ( We publish to-day the statement of Mr. Van Ostern, on the subject of his expulsion from the Battalion of Artillery, and with it the two letters of eitation, and condemnation, connected with it. We publish them because we deem the whole affair a high handed, and objectionable mes. sure; and so convinced sre we that our fellow ci tizens agree with us in opinion, that a gentleman, similarly situated with Mr. Van Ostern, has been admitted into one of our military companies, as distinguished for high and honorable, spirit as ever was the Battalion of Artillery. We open our co lumns to this matter from the conviction of the injustice done to Mr. Van Ostern, and two others, by their former associates; nor are we to be de, terred from publication by all the black looks, and angry words, of those our proceedings may offend" We are American citizens, well knowing nor own laws, and fully determined to support them: we wield an tndependent press, and will use it to expose error, in despite of the noisy threats that if we dare to publish these letters we shall not live twenty four hours. To us menaces are idle, and enger throwne away. What we know to be right, we will fearlessly do; and what we do will resolutely maintain. Opening of he Theulres. On Monday the cam paign opens at the St. Charles where the busy note of preparation has long beer heard. The house itself will appear in an entirely new and splendid dress. The entire decorations from the color on the walls to the gorgeous chandelier in the centre' have undergode complete renovation. The en semble is truly superb: the boxes throughout have been newly fitted, and decorated,and the cut glass baloon, while it lights the entire house, glitters like a corruscation of gems. The company as will be seen by the advertisement present an unusual ar ray of names, yet we learn that there are many moreartists engaged than are there enumerated. Mad'lle Revennot, a dancer of great beauty, and much reputation will make her appearance on lMondayand though the orchestra is not yet com plete, a large and eficient, portion of it will be there to perform the "national airs," and two bril liant overtures. The dramatic pieces will be the musical drama ofi"No Song, noSupper," with the farce of "aFomily Jars" and a new dance by Mad'll Itavennot. Pairemente.-We particularly call attention to the publication ol Mr.Caldwell, in which hetstres his reasons for advocating tile esubtitution of granite, or wood, blocks for pebbles, or round stones, as materials for paring our streets. The document is every way deserving the calmest at. tention, for its subject is one in which all are deeply interested: to the present generation as well as the next, to the drayman as to the merchant, to the property holder or the merest casual visitor, this important item in public improvements is of the first consequence. sly Editors in suit. Noah, of tile Star has sued t Bennett, of the Herald for a promissory note as his $100, for which he has obtained a verdict with in. no serest from date amounting now to one half the c principle. The Sun' says to the 'Star,'--".Major, ly I wish you may get it." no TherStar," in mentinning the death of a Revo of lutionary veteran, aged 80, nays tthe had been for Ati more tlan a century known as a useful and upright it, man." to Tidings of damage done by the recent gale still n continue to arrive Irom all quarters. No less than -d, 14 yes-ale were wrecked at Oeracoke on the 12th. in n. The Baltimore American gravely informs us rd that the recent solar eclipse was observed by R. T. . Paine, Esq. Ven can assure our Maryland cona le temporary that the aame phenomenon was obenr ved by sereralof our own citizens, and that, too, i without taking any very great pains about the in matter. at ----- - --.- --- .. General Maeomb has expressly forbidden the Sofficers on service on the Canada Irontier from re a. ceiving into the ranks any deserter from the Brit at ish troops on the other side of the river. The same re order strictly prohibits the enliatment of deserters ot from any foreign service whatever. Thlis is as to it should be. kWheat has taken a great rise in New York ly state. The latest accounts from Rochester quote 0o it at $1 60 to $1 75. f Intelligencee from Montevideo dated 4th July at states that the blockade of Buenos Ayres eon tinued with great rigour, and that nothing could n get in or out. Jerked beef could not be had: no i hides would be shipped for a long time from Di Buenos Ayres, Montevideo, or from Rio Grande, e no that stocks on hand of that article and other d produce of that section-wool, hair or skins-are it likely ro rise high in the market. e 0 Maine -The election n Maine has most pro. I, baly l reeulhdl fa r ý°oy t ..., r _ v , ,.,' t'AlgdAr t000 more than ever known heretofore in the state. It isquite clear that the vast number of government officers located in this a ate have exerted an excessive influence, and though Van Burenmm is temporally successful in Marne, in tihe main it is doomed to fall. lYnkee hilli.-Tle English papers speak highly of our native comedian, whose success at the Haymarket In a piece called "New Notions" isn highly extolled. The farce is written by Mr. Bernard, the son of a ones well known theatrical 1 manager "down enst." g.-1Madame Vestris made her first appearance in America at thd" Park theatre on Monday the 17th instant,. The house was crammed, and d thoug~lit sliahheattempt was made to get up an excisment, it was speedily suppressed. There is slme chance of our receiving a visit from that syren of soný;Caredori Allen. All lovers of mu. 51 sic will cordially wish it may he fulfilled. fr U. S. Suit PENtavL.nNri.-We are pleased to learn from our Norfolk correspondents thst this noble ship was brought back to i'er moorings on Friday the 14th in perfect safety, her extrication L. frott !t, nlohdt bank to whlic she had been driven la in thl previuls ale having been Itf:l d on Fri- Ie ,a t, at high tile, wilthout the .leat dif0icuty or t ! , rr nv:tl onl any thing from on i,'. rd ,of hlr. Wgnt of .Nevrs.--flw bh.d puyhed we scribes are for novelties, may he judged of from the ful. loWtrig, which appears in one of yeslerda)'a jour nale. The new ship Bombay, wrecked on the Tortu, gas Bank, after beine stipped, and the cargo taken out by the wreckers, was sold, by order of the Captain, at suction, for $1,450. On examination, the vessel was found not to be badly injured, and after being repaired, was re-sold to a merchant of New Orleans, by a qut claimr deed, at a profit of $7,000. Of the novelty of this intelligence some opic. ion may be formed by the fact that after under going an entire antd thorough repair the Bombay took in a cargo of cotton for Liverpool, in the month of April, and sailed on the ftd May; ar rived safely in England, discharged cargo, took in another and brought it to New York, from which city the intelligence of her arrival has been regularly received, and yet the above neirs of her first visit.'this port appears in one of our city pp he 28th September. News! news! TO TE PUBLIC. eat surmises injurious to my eharacter be made by my fellow.citizens in relation to my expulsion from the Battalion of Artillery of the Louisiana Legion, I think it a duty to myself and friends to publish the two following letters on the subject, without further comment than this: Agreeably to the citation contained in the first, I attended the assembly of the Committee at the Mayoralty, and met the accusation preferred against me, declaring it utterly false, and demanding proof. Failing to substantiate the charge, although trivial and ridiculous in itself, the eommitaee broke up with. out coming to a decision, but re.formed in the bask room of the guard house, to which I was denied access, and there resolved on the verdict of expulsion contained in the second letter. Will thlisjudgment exclude me from admission to any equally honorable eorps, should I desire it' I feel assured it will not: nor do I believe my fellow-ciltiena will respect me any the lees, for the verdict thus pronounced against me by the Battalion of Artillery. BENJAMIN VAN OS'PERN. New Orleans, 28i1 Sept. 1838. BATTALton or ARTILLERY. New Orleans, 14 Sept. 1838. Mr. B. VAx OsTERN, Sir,-You are by thie present notified to attend a general mee'ing of the Members of the Batta lion of Artillery, which will he held on Tueseday neat the 18th September 1838, at 7 o'clock P. M. at the Mayoralty, to answer to a charge made against you, for having raisnd, or assisted in rais ing a company to the detriment of the Battalion of which you form a port, and of seeking to di member the Bottation. Be penctual. By order of the Committee, M. GRIVOT, Secretary. BATTALIO OFr ARTILLERY New Orleans, 19 Sept. 1838. Mr. B. VAN OSTEnN, Sir,-I am charged to announce to you that the Committee having deliherated'tion the facts pron. ed in favour of the aceusation brought agaiinst you, have found the charge to be mttnitaloed, and has decreed that you as well as Mesl. Nndaud, Kokernoot and KoEsehlrs be struck from the roll of the Battaliot of Artillery. It is with pain that 1 perform the task imposed upon me to announoo this decree. It was also resolved that the judgment should be read at the head of the Battalion at its next parade. I salute you, M. GRIVOT,Secretot.... Lgke Trip. The 'Mnazeppa' departs this eve ning on her usual weekly trip to Bay St. Louis, and Pass Christian. As the season of amusements is now drawing fast to a close they who wish a pleasant, and economic trip, will do well to take their berths in the Malzeppn. CASE OF AUSLNi'.C tip MrD.--An English pnper given the following .s a caser ef absence of Inelld, which out-IUored's anyt thyln Ir len this counrry : *A food Intl lher letoil, her darlielo .o her a ne., ann then a loof, intendin" to matte a dread and butr for It,' no peopler .y tller le , hit oi av str ,l e fat lily rhe blterr,id lhe childle f0ee, and e nt tl's head ,,f. and did l not d e cver Iver her Inistaiel til she undertook to leat Ihe ,eef. MARRIED On tle oS th iltistl, by the rev. . It. Iawrence, F. N. FLEMING, E.q. to Mrr. CLAIRENDON. bath of this city. CIEALrANCbS. Ship RnussiaElliott, t.ivwrpo l, It oean. chr t.iAerty, J netr.. Hnar . H iU, It.erlalll. Sehr Joe lua a, tteun Hlvalla, t. Schr earuh Aae, Bonttaius, HKrosi, Btraetto ARRIIVALS. Steamner Tempest, Staw, from St Louia. etnaso towboat Pacific, Martin, front the Panssl; took nothinv down: brought up bri ttector. fror Beston, hound te Natchez; brig Charles Carroll, schr Diadeln, nve schr .olatsk. Reports packet hipr Mtiseirsiypi outside, and bark Lafayette freto Baltimore, at the N IE Pars. Stenuer Seal, rceat, frtoee Nt It Ps. nchr Molusa. ttlawks. frotld Tamat Bay trig Charles Carroll, Vanl Stavoreon, from ItHona, to it Craning &k co. Schr Diadem, .nucqnee, 3 dIy, from navana, D Marston. Steamer North Alabamtn. Grce, freme Vicksarg.. Steamer Howard, Dllmica, t8t Louis. COMMERCIAL, L aeaI DBtue. Chsa,eton. Sept ........... 2 Washine ton, Sept ......I Sew York, Sept............ s Cincin n ti, Sept ........n Philadelphia dto ........... 9 Louisville, ept..........1 I.altimree Sept ............. e I St. teuil., Soatann. Aug..... ..... 22 . .iverpnol, July .........21 HIoutr A ('tenes) Aeg .... Paris July .............. 3 toa. Aul ..... ........ 17 t.ondon, Jtlty ........ 22 Neahvill Sept ........... 82 Havre July .............0 r.7PORTS LIVERPOOL-Per ship Russia--cargo 1594 hales cotton 11000 bls flour, 20 hbales, aod I cae mdse. HAVANA-Per Behr Lilrrty--SIl0 bl flour. -- -- Per ochr Joshoa Perl..cargo: 1131 bag. cooa, 2 tons ustic, 511 holesa toblacco, Ae. I- - - -Per .chr Sarah Ann..cargo: 500 bbl floor. 1e IMPORTS. re HAVANA-Per echr Diodea..cargo: 350 hbags offee, b to bx, sugar,A CaYtallh , Ht roing Ie co, J Lahordes Turters, W S Jouhllson, P rintal, F Cnrino, F Tar, A Fisk, S G lllanehard, lettson0Avcry, K & J Goddll, Kon, Daron0 co, S Nya. ------- Per brt Charles Carroll..carog: 300 boxes suger, 478 bags coffee, saera., fruits, A. to R It Groning, A Vgnier. A Castillo. TAMPA BAY-Pel'er Mch . Mulk..cargo: ooo and hore. , to RECEIPTS PRODUCE. tLoui--Per steamer Tempest..earge: 150 bble lour, madoe, 4, to D Carlton. m Vickburfl--Per staomer North Alabama--corgo: 315 baloe _caoet, Bennett, Ferriday A co. 246 do Buckner, Stnton ld so, 77 do Lambath & Thompson, 38 do Burke, Watt & co, 52 do eyold, Byrne " co, 5 do Lyons. Harris A& co, do N J Dick s co, 13 do W takey A co, 5 do M Whilaeco, 13 0 do M Ludimsy, 0 do A Ledoux, It do Gordon tt Bennett, 5 n do to order, 17 do moas, to order, 59 bbls fIour, PreucottJopes A co, 1 pg, E Jo ha. E co. S t Louir--Per toeamer Howard..ergo: 1186 eoill"rtaope, Bogert 4 Hawlthorn, 35 hhda tobacco, R H McGill; 25 do, LLambeth 4. Thompaou, 44 bid. flour, Walton & Kemp; 45 saeba atst, 4c, to order. SMEMORANDA. Brig Chthle. Carroll report. the brig Bogota to ail i a ew days for this port. The brig Ctarles Carroll reports that the Bremen athr Anna Jobhoana, Bellmtot,. New Oarl.,., in di.t.... ooau to .,_ Markets. MONEY MARKET, e.--Septembero 19. T Ts lock Market continues leavy and depress.ed, ad furtoer de.line on the prces ofaeverul desbription mas o ye ardy established, principally on Railroad Pbalc. viz: Delaware and Hudson aonal Co; destlined It per cooent.; Har Iea, Btonioigton, and I'ater.ou Railroad l, and Mohawk Ralroad t per cnt. No sole of Unlited States Bank were made. Advicej fromt Philadelphia statoe money as be.omig more abundant. Aoodaol·atouo t of bosioesa was transacted in Foroigu ochaago. too troasmiaaion by the pckhet. leaving this morn isTfor Liverapool ando ato, .,id itout material thagas on tretioui rates. Billton Loodon roegad at ip 91 per sent premium; on France, St. t l f. 20;4t0 celts oat Holland, 37t0 36 on Hamburg, *nd 80 cents on Bremen. We learn that a ne' Bank, called the Bank of Central New York, has beeoon organized at Utica, with a capital of hlfa tillion dollar.. Charles Gould., Eq. hasi het nominotd i Preaident. The Altany Dolty Advertiser j.tat that the bill. for the new baoking auociaus, will he ready for emistrsion in a few days. __- 0jTheo ship St. Ciouo, Capt. Winn, from Phila delphia, is disehrgino oppositea the Vegetable market; Conttgnees will attend to thto roeeipt oftheir goods. ep9 J 1' PWHITNEY. sep9 8 Coti st - AN examinata will take place att.,he chol House J of the Orphan Boys Asylum, lt Sunday next, ithr. 30th ist.; to cu.ommenee at 10 o 'elock AA. The friends of the orphan are repetlfullv invited by the Di-. rectorsoo witness the proress nlado by the inmates oo f l this praiseworthy iostitutwnon. sep28 pl ".' L, - .K---- Gi) fin; VALt, & W lr1~ Eli CLOII blING. tic SP. FREEMIAN & (CO., No. 3, Magazine street, . are rreeivoing their suppllios of Fall and Winter Clothing, and mill "ortiou- to rece. v hipmenw egut larly throughout tle sensoe. 'their assortment bomg bureys will enables Ikon Io spplt ,rrllnuts from r tle cotyrv at the sllortrel no ce.; for .ale woul*er*a te and reoail,,n aceolnld't;itg trllon. sepý.ot MAYORALTY OF NEW ORLEANS. TiHEprice of fresh flour to-day is $8 25 per barrel, 1 accorJing to tie larif; the bakers shall give du ring thie present week (frem Monday 1st Oct.) :7 ou0 - es of bread for a bilt. Bread of the second quality to required to weigh '25 percent. inore.viz: 431 ounces. Rep 29 C. GENOIS, Maoor. COKE. UIHE price ofCoke from and after the lst day of . October, will be fifty cents per barrel in the Gas Work's yard, and if taken in qunotities of ott hun dred barrels, will be delivered free of drayage. The advantage that this article offuel possesseso ver tie anthracite and bituminous coals, igniting mnre readily tlan the former, and free from the unpleasant smoke of the latter, should induce every family to make use ofit. Orders received at the Gas Office in Bank Alley. EW WELLS, nep29 dec'y. 1 EROGAN~S BOOTS0 , &c--0 case0, econtalinlg t leo's let s2nd quality kip Brogano; BIoy and Youth's bip pegged bi; Men's pegged moroeeco dio; Menls clf, seal atd mnoroceo, sewed and pegged C oots, landing from ship Seaman and Cleroke, eor sale by S ,- ISAAC BRIDGC & AON, sep27 134 Magazine at `ý1PERM CANDLES, Sugar &c-300 boxes Nei. I lBedford Sperm Caedles; 50 boxos white Hanva na Sugar; 112 bags Hlvana Coffee; 3So'bexes No. 1 Bottun Soap, Jackson's brand; 20 Cook's Roofing Zinc; 350 sheets assorted iBrzier's Copper for sale by JOSKEPH COCKAYNE, sep29 25 Gravier.t B RAZIER'S Copper & Ziac-350 sheets Bra aier's Copper; 9 Cook's Roofing Zinc, just re ceied per ship Eliza Ann. from ioston, and for sale by JOSEPH COCKAYNE, $10 REWARD. 1pANAWAY on the 28th inst., ANN, or MARY tut ANN, a light grifle, five feet 7 or N inelles Iigh; bnl forty yeSars of age, tigh cheek bones, down ltok, bushly htir over her left eye, and a sear on the right side of her meath; wore away a straw sat, faded calico srock, green apron with ,ilue strings; lormerly belonged to N. Murray, Triton Walk. The above re ward willhe paid for liar delivery at No. 88 Deed ast. sep29-3t SAVANA COFFEE--I5 bues superior quality, landing fomn sehr ialdes, foir sale by STETSON & AVERY, sep`29 8( avier at nt AY-afloat--I0 bundles Eastern IaE for sale l I, LEVl II GALE, sep29 93 Common st UAGGING & BAI.E IlPE;--30f piees btgging 00 coils ro'pe, for sale hy LAWRENCE & LEGENDRE, sep29 28 or 29 New Levee 01U SALE-T-te msteamer Washington, with her a' pparel and tackle, oase e now lies at tleClti treet wharf. Terms liberal: apply to sep29 7 Froent Leve FIFTY DoOLLARS REWARD p ILI be paid for tile detection and conviction of the tlhefoer thieves who iotered mty Itore, No. S33 Gravierstreet, lost imight, the 2711l inst., ail broke rpeen nd stole the contents of sevelrl trunks, conttin ing ready emode clothing of itfferent descrilitione of summer and winter lothling, of different kitnds mdl qual ities.--'tailors, sheplkeepers and othlcr persons are re luested to be on the hlok eitt for negrots, or suhpC - eioua persons, ofaering such articles for sale, and tle abtove eward will be paid on cnvietion of thlief. S G BLANCHARD, sep29--St 33 Gravier st ICE-2- tierces fresh Carolina, prime quality, for saole by SLATER & TRIER, sep39 411 Poydras at H AVANA Green Coffee; White Sugar, and differ. S ent qualities ofaegters, for sale by SLATER & TRIER, sep29 40 Povdrlr st SURGUN Wine i Ioxes, for sale by---l r S SLI.ATER & 'PRIER,. e 170 Poytdrc st -7 XT PT AN'I'tON' B . . F (GOVERN'OR'S HIORSE GUlARDS. Y OU will ttttld muaster ii filllwinter nnirfoe, at tbrhe drill roim, for ilspectlion, Mttgatlne streett, next ldoor te tile Atclhfalaya Blank, olt Saturdayv eve ning, at 1-2past 7 o'clocki, precisely. Bly oder of Captainl Osborne Crosas. JOIIN GisISON, saep27 Ordcerly Se' I.O'THING-- 1 coeas, comprising a assortmentlit of satt'net hottund Jckets, Pnelwttus nld Vesttot; MBae Derry land Cnttonaide pantalolns; Heavy Ilive' piol striped trilledl andi cotet shirtie; White Angola Flannel Unler shirts, alnl L.llw eolttenadc Frocks, linding frot shilp Eliza Aun. tier sale by ISAAC iItlIDfE & CO, nl027 1:t1 lnl vialr t LONG( CI.tL'THS, &..-5 cers .fl ill.rtiie 4-4 tut en-fiih bleicht'id shirtings, end 1110 alee IDuvis ville brown .4Ii, ttiCoths, landing from ship Chero kee ahll Sennln, ulld fiur sole hy ISAAC IlltItOGE & CO, .ip.27 1St 2g.1 1azite et U rope, iln itir'lll i atii fIir sale b it -=b }t+K- ':11 M(M-] ; 11e+ .ih+ + 2.;- 11-I r: so" i t i. ,11 Mt I l' o k, i ii toII' Iud h ' l by 1 4I. I ka (ill ne+lut;, Csep117i t'Olll etl'l st L I llN 511 tl OItR lick Itacit tide-, in stow nn l Ir m11e lUy elt" 7' 17 (;cinlvlcef s ee..ltI'It\ ll'ol rl'El I-25 kegs -Jderior gind n v W .ea luttnu er, r .c u iwII ti )tr s.le l ity S'iLTEI'SO & AVEIY, an. se7 38 (traver sto ` LOU'ISAI AN OFLO UISIANA o'Parish CotIn for thle larish and (htv of N. 0 l.)nt lcseoat the lion Charles lanrtn rJndg No II l 1':3. J0on W IV to i:e actost ontaudv, a. his credit. or and the crleditors of Wlite & Foley. Noh September 13th, 1638. ot UPON readling and filig 'he petition and schedule ik in ;iii, case, it is ordaihed hv thle Corll t that a ul(Yt inje oftle creditors olfJolm Whiito, nnd of Wltite & Fo lcy do take place in oaen Court on the 6th day of Oo tolltr next, then and there to deliherate otn the rftirs Sof John White io hid itdivuluaol capaoci ood as ra mtelmer of the firm of White & Folev, nod to shew cause why the said John White should not be dis charged according to law, and in thie mean tile oill proceedings againt hi pelarson and property are staved, Order of tle Court. Clerk's Office, New O)rleans, September 13th, 1831. sep 15 2w21d J. IiLLI[E,Clerk. - LITAT DE LA I.OUISIANE-totr dt Paroise 14 Iour aI parnisse et ville de la Nouvelle Orlears, i Prsirnt Hon. Chalrltes Malrinon, juge', elttembre 13, 01838-Nt I1,133-,aJoho \Vhite cntre seo Ctreoonters et IIlea crancirs et Icr crbanciers de White & Foley SS gr lectore et enrkgistreutt nt tie la petitiotl ct thbleou .2 dans rette affaire, it ert d pcrat lar laouor qu'one os senl tbe dtoe crancoiers de Jollt White et tie W\Vht .20 & Foley ait liea eo pleine conrt le 6id'octobre protchnin, ponr y dtlihibrr snr loee tflires de John Wlhite dant ta ctpacrite individnelle, et eotmme un mlnenlbre Ie la n eiit, d \VlhioR & Foley, et rour faire savoir panantoi 0 ledit Jchn White ne sera pas d:chiarg saelot lit hi at ou attendant toute ponrsaites centro rtn tpersonn t see ro propribtl sent arrtbstt. Par ordre de In cour. Noa relle Orloans, sept. 1838. septl5 J OLIE, Dfput6 Greffier OR THE GREAT PRAIRIE-A Train of Cars th will Ieave ife Depot at the fitt of Canal st. lor h the PRAIRIE COTTAGE, every lar. o, Dieparture-- 8 a m--1 p m.--i.turn, 12 m.--6 f m ry, nSuadal --6 a mfi-10 a l-4 rl m-8 a i--1 i m- 6pm. ea This arrangement till flrthlr not e,. I Sept 14 JAiMES II CALDWEII.., Presd't to -- - NOTICE. 1 1HE undersigned having heen daly naroinlted by tihe Hohorable, tle lirst Juldicial Disitrict Cltrl, Commissioners to estimate and assess tile damage and art expense of widening Itollinac street, between New Ie ve street and thile river, have made their estimate and aosscssloent,and have deposited true copies thereof, to 52 getlherwith the plar, i thle office of tha clerk of saidl a court fior the inspeatior of all whoat it ay ronceern. 13 Arnd pohElc notice ia hereby given that said estimate 5-and ascssrhtient will be presented to said conrt for cov elfirntotion, on Saturdar, the twenty-ninoth lday of Sep e thber next; ad all persons interated in property at n'atd aon Rof lgnao astet or aili vnciity therelo, are h Iereby notified to make their ohjections, if nnv tloy have, to said estimate and assessment, on or befiore the trenty-first day of Sepilther nerxt. New Orleans, August 22, 1838. iG. BURKE, 5 a S. FIELD, Commissioners. -Fr" El nomaytnt dUmnentnommfnes Lpr i'honoruale conr dn prcmier district ludicre r eollissaireas our van ler et taxer t dollroti a tn el frnio de lfalrgosemeut de In rue Roftgnoa, ntre In rile de In Nouvallc-Leve et le fleove, ottt eompleti e rtt tltaleau d'fvualuatien at de toxe, dutt its ant depose de oraies e pieae un plani an bureau lu arefale de ladite cur, pOur 'in.section. er inat resses, t avis public erat donnr qee ler ssdit tableca sern It priseno it Indite coar pour ronfirmatin, ealoedi Ia 29 de Septeltnbhe rrocain" el touter personnes iteresstes to t ledit talbteatl d'fIlualtion et de taxe, oavoir: tou tea periannes oaavt interet dons esa pr oprietes sitoaen dansao rue aolfru'ue a le voiisnage sent lpar la pre splt notifiesdo faore leaor objectiosr, s'ilsl unt aulit t ltallea dl'evaluatioa, t de tauxe, ia oavantt Ie vingft et I, fi de srep tobre proehain. Nouvelle Orleaus, -roaut 1838. G BOURKE, S FIELD, CCommi CI[A ILES A JACOBS, OFFICE'NEW ORLEANS & NASHVILLE RAIL ROAD CO).IPANY. fRAFTS on Nrew York at siiht, 3 anrd (O days ,igoht, iftoeale ill sls to suit purohsers Al so, Cerar limher for postsd a ld sleepers, atod Philade prhia luabhea whoels and Carts forsale 0, n 0...ona.le acrllt6. JAMES II CAL)DWEIL, 1 .residnrt. 1.U ' SL-'he splendid Nicoll boat MERCH*nT havin g ondergonn a thorough repair, will be re Ia oly or sea in a few dLys" this boat is epper Ineasted tld caprered, with a copper hoiler , spltrledid en ft giar terr artttotlo;talnains ering very extensrive, ull rall follnd in everyr repleet: fir furter particulars ap ple at th ship yard ofiGreory Jqr c, wher. she noworo ires, or to iAUNSEL WIlli'rE CO, K ae.t--15t 91 fiGrvier street. ICE- st s OBow landine from (:hlarlesho, fort o .l salehy S G IIA\CII.XRI) , jo l2' 3t Giavito r street "+ t hatlg o tton l eligo.iots streto t n l t-u lt J It IttN I & . ItIIIi:N j¢01 91| C,,,,,,,,,, st ,ee, ST. CHARLES THEATRE. THIS tnlrtificent structure eas undergone, during the recess, an entire new order oi elnmbellishmentt; the wllhole of the interior has been repaired: the Chan delier Ihns ten taen n to pieces, and its 13 cwt. of cut glass headd and drops cleaned and polished; nothing Ilas been neglected, either in the building itself or in engagements, which have been made with the first dra matic talent in tile eountry, to preotet the Ilhigh cbor naeter wich the St. Cherlee han obtained olh at hoome and abroud, for its being one of the first dramatic Es tablishments ill the World. The Orchestra, heretofore acknowledged superior, lhas been cons derably increased in number and talent, rnd former deficiencies in particular iembers of the Prnague Iand. D)ring the season the most succeerrful dramas ofi the day will be prodneed,and in n style which it is pre sumed will give general oatifnaction. Tie fillowing Ladies and Gentlemen are in treaty with, snd engaged. JOHN It. BARTON, Stage Manager, EDWIN FORREST, J.UNIUS BRUTUS BOOTH, J. R "SCOTT, A. J. FINN, JOHN BARNES, S."'T. BIOWN'E, end 'GEO1dtOE HOLL'A1b. Melcsrs. Harrison Messrs. Pliner, Peareo-, IPnage, Finrrenll, I)Porter, Williams, Daris, Cowel, Paret, Debar, )Dennison, And olters in treaty. CELESTE, ELLEN TREE, JOSEPHINE CLIFTON, Mrs. Barnes, Jitss Charlotte Barnes. Mesdames Farren, lesd'lles. Sidney Cowol, Cowel, Jones. Debar, Chester, PI'lner,, Harrison, C. Smith, F. Brown, Ravenot, lMalddn, Sinith. S. M. LEE, Principal Arltist. N. Lewis, Costnmer, Well, Tailor, S. NWallis, Properties Maker. ORCIIESTILA . lastore. Croce, Messrs. HIoller, Gallenori, Myers, Jacobi, Storm, Zitterbort, Laciani, bDesforges, Clhaorltn, Carl. B. ilopt. Fey, EIbt-rirnlt, yKrocer, Roen, Hollanl, Smclger, Foster, Cioffi. Conduit, Fstrella. Panni, Crilppe, C lttitt, Even Patterson, And othero in treaty. II. W. JONAS, Lcader It. WV. Elliot, tlead of Pollie. rep27 tURB & iiJfiTEIt S''ONtES--3fI0il renoning ileet of'uorb nind getart eroes of the following di mensions, 12 in;, It in., 18 in., ZIt i., 26 ill., and 2i in., expected to arrive between tile lst of October and 15t1 January next, will be sold by the subseribeor on arri. ring, by the invoice. 'ermnt. Cash on the delivery of the bill of lading. Persons applying shell receive tile toles as they ar rive, in tile order of their application. PETERS & MILLARD. tep 27-if JE''FEl" tSUN AGiAI)DEl. Y. I)REPARAI'ORIY to Jefferson College and to oth er conducted by I.l Granet, LLI, ). Exchange Alley, between Conti nd ienville. This situation was Ihe most eligible that could be found; being entirely free Irom the riose of the streets anld the nrattling of difttys ad crliagesit. lThe Jellrson Aendetmy is diivided into two dllpart mlets. 'The Junior yr eetllentnlry dp)arttlent flir the various branches of common de;lution in Frenht and in lEtglish-l'the Senior dleparttnett fir Latin, Greek, Mlathematics, &r. l'nienllatylt order an i discipline are strictly eiooined arld observed. Terms. Ju ni DIlrepnt ent,pier month; $f1t Sellior do 13 Spanish 6 let. Boons, sla es, paper, &c. chlonred separatenly; nlld. A lonlth oce beglon to Itl id itn ull; 3rd. No deIduction for aboncre nor for holidv.s: 4111. PIlylents tao be tltde regnlaorly everynlroth. School hoor Iroo 8 1.2 tt 3 o'clhck, excetI TIhor: days. slep27 H EN\ItY'S Culeealid MAugusia inI[t received per shfip Y'alzoo, frolt New Yolrk, a 6"w gro oll" Ilhary's genuitn calcietic Mlagtesia, for sale by the doze. or groce by I).1\VI) FELT & CO, .sep7 N Y Statiio)ers IHall, 24 Chartre i t Nit tI'1],':. i ll;E publict is herev itiied that on tihe lt day S( of ltobr II ext, dPie llyCi Ilo tel, k tn a(l s lis-h Iu'lsi)I (millnim, str!' ll.ill lh chls*',l--I1 tIt," h; r)ll rll l r I a piuhli sal ub. t he I he Il·l'iIl, lllt ll IdIII',.m hllll l he l ll)UIt l, illdersilned, who Trul de, then ,espeenl'lill n kllll o) .l etli nti i lo tie l li i ral paftronallllge wthich iL'y illlll t It) C W\A'rICII.AN & CO. soli 21-his. li-I:StIAN.f IeNSTITIrlI,. FIlglll lnienton f.o r lhIi .ldlc lion ofl ton e terI e I Imen. w ll oI) i lntl l of l-e lt II t il'f l f I*Id Itt'i)f* lIhII - ill tilll' I it i ftI sllry o f litif l illi lin i i 'hllrIh i fir. o lll' rT del t and Pllydral , II ler tie' Illrtlionl old'IeP ldrsiganed wha h J lVcl Crlin id ih,- Chll r of m. thit lllllic. ill scveral {'oI elrlg of the II thr, land "Iti) is ;i cildualtl of one of the most el'hlrl'braled uiver..nit, of Europ e. ry will h lr co pro odcIl 1i ll tl l)llrl. d l low ing divtl (ing ii; rc . oln lun lsh r l ill If "I [ ill, ih ll lin i all iell' f. tclmi f-l;i tr'onigh ecil dntelfliItgllyc ge ,h l' iientioll. 2% The .lsi4al driartllellt, ollprehenlil the Latllin and (;rlrek InnLual gelC . TI 'h'lre df.imrtleil-of mrodern languages in whi wil ta ught the l'rellh, Spnli si d litn alln ; - 4. The moIlllthI ati(al and pllill.os eU I entidep nllrt entl eoallprehlelldigg . h~er,1 leler y, thile two 'l igoll.ol ctries with thIr pr tic:ll lappliclltioll to rveliuig. i i N.vignation, Asltrnonomy Ocr. N'ailral PhIloslolphy nllldi Ch"emistry,illustrlted byhv I plrliate expelrinents IjEw sunI Classes in tie M.dn Ltnng lwes will be mrlned ldlcittnlld.d to 'rlll te tit Octhoer. CI J IIAI)EDI IANN, A M. It lEIt(ESCES: J GIBISON F Eq, IrEv l'llE.,EaoIr SII.NNON, I.uieiana C.ol!tge Jhckson. I)o C A I.IUZ/IN ItEltl, I C t)UNCA\IN I:sq, J NICIIOI.SON E.4i, New Orleans. tel2 , 181f. SO A P'1 Ot, l boxes oft pd ro ved nrlo t a ,t fur -,Hle low to close. \VINS'ON & SIIALL, et sept,5 7 Frtnt Levee (OFFEE--200 stke Ilavana, and 400 sacks Rin, in grass sacks, a sua rler article, in store and for o sale by \VINSTON &L SHIIALIL, so ep25 7 Front Levee SLOtIIIINI--27 cAses, comp),rising an-.ssortmnt or foansonblr cloth ing, anding roun nlst Sea-n 0f men and Cherokee, for sle rby t ISAAC BRIDGI) E & CO, es sep25 131 Ma.nazioe et LO WELLnIoons &c.-vbnales blue mix?4T4 IA Cottonades; '21 Iles Ihav v 7-8 and 4-1 I.owell Cottons, ani 7 hales plain and twilled Lowell indseys; landing ruom ship Che(okee, aol, for sale or ISAAC IIRIDGE & CO, saep6 131 Magazine st I)ACKINU YA ILN--107 Rlees of a superior arti I. c,lereceived and fo r ole b WINST'ON & SIIHALL., s sap25 7 Front Levee - LARET WIN K-100 boxea Chatanul La Fitti", 300 boxes Medoe, a good article, for sale by WINSTON & SIALL, sept25 7 Fnmt Levee ( UNNY ,BAGS--15,U00 l,'2, 3and 4 baushel d sizos ill stole ana for sale by o- ISAAC BRIDGE & CO, o sep25 134 Mlagazine st. Be ACON SII)E-40 casks superior Cincinnati curod, in store and for sale by G DORSEY, sept?5 44 New Levee. tFOt o EWO\V RUK. e The ship CHARLES, Capt. M'Lana Y than, having 3-4th of her cargo engaged and re going on board will meet with immediate des patch. For freight of 1(i tons Lead and 120 hales cot ton, apply to LEVI H GALE, apno .......... O .. --~a ill on the 6th October. Louisinaou and New York Line. Tile spleldid anod flst nailing ipacket ship YAZl(,I Gardiner, noter, will have in, me diale despatco h for the above toj rt; for r freight of 3.10 balesr eIton or the bulk thereof, or pas a aee, having superior aceommmodations, appln to the Captaol on board, opposite the Vegetable narlkoel, or to J D REIN & A COIIEN, FOR HAVRE. rhe line fast sailing Al ship ZOTOFF; Jacob Merrill, mslrer, will have immsadiate des, i ol. For frieight of 300 bales cotton, or larage, apply to 0 EVI H GALE, sep0 93 Common st. fOR AEANRIA. The steamer DENMARK. will as regular pnoket dluring ow It water, frontoanti, of lied Rantr to p se__ J H GRAI AM. jb Oiceof the Anew Orleans & .Nashille Rail Road,) Sept. 18th, 1833. FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD. A BSENTED himself,a ne0ro amn named RIPLEY, 3 rpj0-.6t IJAMES H1 CALDWELL, Terrie Slaut Peblahoit s aof w se roent, to little .iatotl. Wl oette-r lb o ilte canao will tpleae ato rwturn e Lto tbh aoppe hei wonill Ioe liberally tod Pg res ---- . a acotcg2h fi. totl'E & tiA-Kl1+\1. ..... -,8OR''Y Pl of: fOku and 130l il Mlnilla" rope I l't1 o~ini. ,t a y at-, fd Itl ~ SECOND MUNICIPALIIY. c3 h, ERE rouglht to the Pound of the Second Muli- . I icipality, in Ihtaonne street. between Hevia and Girod street, in tile d3rd instant, the following animal, ci-j: A'iarei Bav Mule. Tihe iower in requestedl toIn prove properly and take hirn awav teulre sntuolri:y, ;6th October, or hie will be sold iby ' A Guillot, Auctioneer. 1I S HARPER. sep27 Coptain of Wqlcht I. a 616 Rme 6 itn d(ivA lie In ilde Alunicipalitie rue Ilno-lle, etre Ilcvin et Mirod, le 23 une grosse mnule aie. Le prupri6taire eat requis de vntr prou ver to 1tpriirth et de I'emlnmlner avant nlmedi, 6oero blre, oo cllesern, Iin:n r tnlec per PA Guillot, enco teur, 136 II S IIAILPEI, Cap Wntch, H.e Muo. EDGEHILL SCHOOL, Princeton, N. J. FT IIIS institution has been now nine yeare in esub cessful operation, during which time it has re ceived the apltrobatil end Ipatronage of Mr. Clay, Mr Sootllard. Mr Biddlc, rtil tonty other distinguished. gentlemnen, who have selected it atn place ftar the edlorntion of tlir I~r . It is helieved, ihom ifl plant tb colhine till err enleol advantages ofprivn-e sncdbmpb lic education, and to anllird an opportlunit of l'rordi nary character to those desirous of giving theirasem thoroughl education. The eystern of instruction pursued in this Seminary cltims Uio allinity to the called easy methlods whiehl propose to remove all laoior and drudgery from thea iactlisition of knowledge. 'iThe eahbarier cannot pro inie any truly valuable andti mental acquisition,wfiicett is not the result of a slow, patient, poaethking i - cess on the ptrt ifthec pucil himself. What heloer promnie, is, by every means in his power, to ethnrlate' tile upil to thin invigorating pirones. lis objecit i' to lay dierep nui brodul the fiondtion ofn goodedoes lion-not to make mene learned, boys, but to subhject boys to a disciplinle hv which they may Imeome learn ed and able lmen. While theirefre the studies pursued, and the time devoted to each, vnry somnewhat aecord ing to the desinatintir of the pupils for colmmercial or professional lile, it is his constant aim, to make the in* structions in each department of thile most rigid aadi thnrough-going kind. tayse studying Greek and La arie eonstantly exercisedl in making douIie iransliatiots from tile English ilto theme languoges, and the reverse, and its soon as sufciently advanced, are required t, compose ill these languages, and to writc Latin and Greek verses after the manner of the eelebrated En glishl and Enropean schools. Boys who are intended for commercial life, and whose parents on this aeeunto dol nt wish theln instructed in the Ancient Languages, ore torined accuracy anti prnomprtNne in te praeli cal aprlications of matlhealies, andl rceive more amnple opportnities fire a ircetlel ecqloinltene with the einldern Langoag es. the Frenchl is studied wltl C view to its Ileing spokenO , eld not a written la guage merely;n nlto this and it in the etnly medium of coruncipn eat i llnwed at the table, as waellsa at the recitations i thant department, anll tile tore ad vanced 'lasses are required to nomploy this langusge in reciting in otherdeizrtlenliS. 'file scIhorI entisnlntlirely of lhoAlrder, no day chol are Iring reccived. IThe teachers anld )n)ils live witsh the. principal, etin. at the snerr table, sleepitng under tihe siame roonlo ni" constituing inll ll respectsone fi. uile. The iliscilpline is entirely of the itarentel kind. Irtliginro irstruction is eedrlnluly iantrleded to, ehiefly frril tihe Scriptures Itrhelselves, nIn weithrout insisting upon the peculiariir's of iany one sect. The groundst ni'e nt ,eit aflbrding abundant opportunity for healthful spirts in the open air, n well as for tile exercise of is genrtity and taste in gardleing and various Inechanieal arts to those who are disposed to uamuse themselves in this rmnner. Nil boy is allowed to leave the premises exee it by the perncission of the princlpal, andthan lus ly inconterany wilth a tncher.Tlie strictest alses. tilo is paid to keping tile dormitories well ventilated,. try cil clean. 'IThie It.chers sleep in tile dormtitories with tile boys, and the latter are not permitted to peak,. nor to holld any cootmuiction with each other, from. tile lime of enitcrinr tI dormlitor till that of leaving it. Opportunities for vice are eitirely excluded, the school rLeine situated withont the town, and apart from ill other builrings, and the boys being never withiu tlhe prcsrt lnce and siioervision of the prineipall or one of his assistants. Pocket money is dislributedtl weekl byI tihe iciepal, tie nemollt delending upe the cirliur'ct thet pupil dilcig the week, though meoer eXePPlillg twenty-livo ceuts. It is not desirable net cusIllmary tI receive boys over twelve years ofage. 'lrhie right or ilne years old are preferred. The scho.d year is divided in two sessions and two vacations,thl winter sessriomncoln encii g the first day of November. and the suImmer se.rssi tinhe first day of May, and the vcciitrolS heirig the l'rrlrrclsof Acpril and October. 'Tlhe stuidies enrrlnerr in thre lan of thib Seminary are tile Greek, Latin, 'rench llnd Slpanish I.anguaglse (ireek and Iottnan Antiquities; Arithmetic, Algeb', G(mlnnirv, and Sirvenvile; Spellingg,Rending. Engli, t (Irenllllar, 1tn.liurrh i 'ioi s'X ition and IElocution;Geo 4 gralnlh, Ari'ent anl Mlodern; Itistorv, Ateient and Alelnrrt; evidleniIes of ('hristinuitv P'enmlnship, Book. kelplr'1ritSinacred l tIir'; the ui i tui the ;Globest. end the Eletre't of Asetrorinorm nod N1iaurt I Ilistory. The charge o' rll pupllllil is tllre,' hundred dollars pr nallne, mvable, s+miunnoally i, aclvaure. Thi.s a umr' i i h r il tlhe , tuiriin, of wti hntý, r charatere iw t hlil, ic I l o -, o h li ihol ienlbrlle; ir Inllrding, hlodeineh , iline, inendihu , fltl. light, inc itlitng ale th e re l of Illeddhini, hIiksI , stntill eri , maps, globes, Ii. lraris, nlid othi pin' rilee'-, rithe nrentor gulrdina will haove n, ~.trc li e ItI.' , e.ic eit lor niliirir rdvi ne rd ou" ;,rotilh's o l it lolll,,l L ed !it his dire'tlionl by tihe ptt iripll, lie lionel in i ei'rII onllrl, ior fnr tIredica l Iarrl-r. ', iltr trliny tielr it sh'i l ul ietilliid e e lle renesry. JiillN c. IIA I'T', l'eilripal. I, all of 1 a n \ l1 wi - fndso - or anomir ill Ilo' school. Ken Ini'L\ , t-i l li .nr '; ia ,: ciew Inlirev, 11t lu . Smaiiiuel L. S nriulhar: Ie)'r11, N iichollt Ibhdlh, l;sq: I'lridla wii 'iih:c ,Inw:lll e\ll'., Ihon..i J -i hlie,n: t'h amhers i l, I' t., iho . t- -o'r I 'h tnh,,rs: i'rincer on, N.J Rere I)res tilel'rnc l in ". il I i i t.rirsol: .\titeia , Gen. ih rci .tInr l.ron, 1.1l. I;: l il..tlron, tiito.. iosr i l . I lin, EI"-: N i'it ,, . i-., IDr \ i lita Dunbar, II \\11 lInItl ,de.n, \\'il!iul 14 1 Howell, 1:q+: NCewOr* I hni, 1.n. J ,, Iell , :rliii, I .\ i ih 'lr , lllll artin I)u in ,l-,Ii : )nilr h ,i . I..., II, ue i y - i'a'lt Esqi : .llercri ein. i.i. Ile I I. ilitlr 1: ( iin nti , I lt hin, lion. liiiro Il ll: Illnl v-ilhr , .\li, .oI..rt n I ntlni ri Es1q: - liawtll, Aln, IhR... ' iiu , I ll.q: Middl tIon, (, t'aleb. rn"l,,,r,lrE-q 1: tu'itlrnrcn Vii,V JIIhn II otiey Esqn: \Va-hnl nthl ctllnanlv, lint li- I NeonIoll, ltt inoire, p: W l, h n ' iWtl'ee.lo, J \\V 1cltlilinnnl nd J Tlal. hlectr, l'rr o'<perlt ownn N V, Jehn t Btowecrs,. El:m hie' urw llfirci, \Ihris .1 IIt I rlirrirh l and W illiam, Imiht, E.sq-: Nine Yolk l'ii, Ilev i StceArt, B H tlwrne illr . S. 'l'ousc ,, ati i *(; I NI ' itey FEqor: IP'ila rihihlrii, .lle tn r Iln ,t r ,n I hi Ioeili (f(i. lciw rtil, Mtnlathew , rri-iri, t ti rite-e, S and \V iV helehE .q.: Itv c ,o11 (thdlnlllt-.r, I- ,, i r eririt CoiUiorni nid lrs t riulii Illicirl: hlrra ilc l (nri, b, linr AntiioM Alsrtlines. ,, ei !|1- .:3 CIIALLENGE BLACKING! go J A., S. M ASON, ofl'hild,. IR hia, Ibas respectfuIll i o atpps;l as the Ieerhllllnts ao l phli. geneeraliv of Nlow). ntid I,.ollllsila, tllt ho 's an p loioIed Slr. ]eesl & 'i-'p..e, the itsole Igenltln for thIslel of RIl hil ,o i lh'dtill il nl it lih( Ce Il t.'INt BllIoToIr t) SIIlOE BLACKING to in Ihii -l'li1tl" te.'llV; iit ontiell whiW.h stal...s pie. t 0ahl n f.. tr its hega lotifu hnlr," and 1 to.nite r fq nal. ee ity The nllltu terr wtrrts ttlhe Challenge Black 1ing to rethin its virt.e'S in Illlone liwl.e, and prenervs orthe leather to whi it is pilid. ie offers $100 pro Iill nally pelrsll o"ho will riduc. its superior. ,oetite.tteo eon . ...e..en o I tte sor.l f I)lec.rn. Reel. and ID'l.lte, from inwrchants of tile t ig~e respecti. bt hility, Ienrilli h.-tiliu nV tlo itls beCIIIl unit{ sluper oril! - o.ver 'vlcy etlhr Blckil.g in the inited lStais. All Iorders fir this arlietl ili N. ()rleain, or env polt t.fhlis se tltlon utlitthc Un aio nt . ltils e tirwnnld to Ihe Sole ist AgenIts ail hi illnbll· . o ill pa.y irticuriot altention to 1 thle snlul,, Uln ill themI. t lse illalutfiootllren's plriesl. II JAs. S. MASON, a I'lhilhlphi, Sept.I, 1,3:1. 95 Callhiwill st. IItItESE & I)'LANGE, C.o.lull.oh anld Fancy Store, 18 Coamp street. JJR !)1 i). -i0hioe Pilot ilrtnn it sttoe, ifriglby CIIAMI'I.N & COOPFER, srep' 802 Julia at. ir LI ' IM k-- ht (:,,. n '',hoIton Lita landing frol S & J IP WHITNEY: noel 8 Centi stresl. e OA` --(1II I(,ilxen Valontite.s No 1 Soap, in stOno o) al for oille Ibt LAWRENCE & LEGENDRE; nret'0 28 & 89 New Levee. t. All--:) ibll Is, i fin e shipping order, in store, and for stle by LAWRENCE & I.EGENDRE, suP?028 ' 28 9 New Levee. 1O (ti 1 l1ll)) tosl.,s iteit Con io jrisn orse5 for sole by CIIAIMPII.IN & COOPER, d a2 Julia st. l'TS-950 sacks (olts in st"re, r oale by - tCHAIMPLIN & ICOOPER, s8 e J0 E ul.a t.. -" ;-t-ittstfl oiish'urlsh Courto fortlh Pa rish and city u New Orleans. Present tile Hoarale Cotlrles lliauriai, J ulge. September 20th. itt38. Noi. lio8. \Villnln Kelny-o vs. His Cred. o' settori; Upll relling aa filingl IpLetition and al.ed Iae isltlas c ae, it is orler.ll ,y thie Court that a mue.1 inr of tie illslvent eeiitrs tio taOe place is opetn coult, ion t ihe Ith da offOcltober next, at 10 o'elenk A Mi, then anl thler to L ew caune why tni said inset.. vent shoul niotb. li ltargdl according to law, and in t.. meln titne all lproeeelings against his person and propertnt ar statyed. ARMAND PITOT Clerk. 1I TAT 1)E LA I.t}UIeIANE-Gour de P-arot J our In pxroisseet ville de i t N-Orleans-No 11128 --P'r6sent i'1tho1 Clirles Muorion, Juge-20er ep el. bre 111380- illiittU Ketytu contrayO s ereanlars-. tab, Jesl dt l Jaserie alire, 11 ,eat dirt. ii uu e. asse nbl e de ('insolvable ture lira ra prleine quuno I le jtlour t'oetobre procllaii a 10 Iheurs du tmatin por dtire ]is ra'isons pour squelleo lemlt insslv blie..e. eit ln Iti,"re: c, ntte1,dn toutes pnourauite jiirnie e cotntre so Itr lie oil ses proltrithssaont %" sitp: AI1MANDI PITOT,Gretler. 0 filren Winter Oil 211t boxes I o no ot enr Candle. 10 ,a3t1 ro,,lAL Z,,or, tIoI .bo. il Boin ':ould 1 .anin les. 300 sll!!eet 11ziers' Cop ler II seto Ioor n.le byi JOSEPH COCKANyN O l'o e i20 tte ti,. ierstnht r r111'F:RIA L re s d by U. . + ,s lcnkwi SitWei ,. HAVAe ethi(ori 50 btxei s of n r I . hr"tnit.. il sItorel ti e a nle byw 0e w " F Ntit t . . b.. Iiy;.he . . the P'io't.. o r op. " - IRioINE BR' O\VN ,. 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